The Institute is dedicated to implement, maintain and improve environmental management processes in the campus in order to reduce its carbon and environmental footprint. Consciousness about ecological balance and impact of its disorder on sustainability is deep rooted in the ethical framework of the institution.
1. The Institute is committed to improvement of the natural environment by pollution prevention and control, ecofriendly disposal of waste (specifically electronic waste) and green initiatives for sustainability and survival.
2. As per the directives of the central and state government in environment related matters, all policies, procedures defined by the government has to be scrupulously followed.
3. Wherever possible, use of toxic, hazardous and environmentally unfriendly substances is to be avoided or reduced to minimal whereas use of sustainable resources is to be maximized.
4. Development and implementation of sustainability related research and teaching initiatives should involve practicality.
5. The Institute is committed to maintain a very strict and eco-friendly waste management mechanism and abide by the principle of green protocol.
6. The Institute acknowledges its responsibilities and obligations to contribute its share in the resolution of local and global environmental issues by minimizing its environmental impact.
7. All institutional activities have to revolve around the director of plastic reduction and lesser waste generation.
8. The waste management measures introduced by government departments and scientific agencies are to be implemented in the campus wherever possible.
9. Efforts to be continually made to ensure that all the Institute stake holders are aware of the Institute waste management strategy policy.
10. Programs which nurture the environment quality and biodiversity protection throughout the region are encouraged to be introduced.
11. Targets of achieving environmental performances to be set in the areas of green initiatives.
12. Efforts to be continually made to make the campus plastic free to a maximum extent. Use of alternative items instead of plastic to be promoted and make the institution abide by the principle of green protocol.
13. Minimal use of paper to be practiced by using electronic platforms for academic and administrative purposes.
14. No Vehicle Day to be practiced at least once a month to reduce air pollution.
15. To identify and replace equipment/gadgets such as printers, scanners, etc. which are old, outdated and are heavy power consuming.
16. Replace incandescent bulbs and tube lights and replace them with energy efficient light bulbs and tubes which consume very less electrical power thereby helping in keeping energy efficient campus. Continuously track and monitor energy usage in the campus by conduction of energy audit and implement ways to increase energy efficiency wherever possible.